Tag Archive: nhl

Lord Stanley Plays Favorites

Who wants to cheer for a team that’s never won a national championship?  It’s intuitive that the more successful a team is, the more fans want to cheer for them.  However, this proves… Continue reading

No One Wants to Play Hockey in the Desert

Las Vegas is an awful place for a pro sports team, especially a National Hockey League team.  As the unofficial world capital of betting, there is a pretty good reason why athletic leagues… Continue reading

NHL Regular Season: Everything is Made up and the Points Don’t Matter

We are in the midst of the Conference Quarterfinals in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and there haven’t been any enormous upsets.  Of the four top-seeded teams, two of them – the Ducks and… Continue reading

There’s No Place Like Home

Home field advantage can be defined as the psychological advantage that causes the home team to have a better chance at winning.  It’s an easy concept to buy into- if you’re performing in front… Continue reading